Bob Frier Wiki
Bob Frier is an American award-winning journalist and a familiar face for Central Florida viewers.
Bob Frier Biography
He joined WOFL-FOX 35 after 8 years as the main anchor at the CBS affiliate in Orlando. Bob has covered every major event in Florida over the last decade include the devastating hurricanes of 2004, the Shuttle Columbia disaster, and the historic Presidential Election of 2008.
He has also interviewed nearly every major player in local and statewide politics including Former Governor Jeb Bush in the days immediately following 9/11.
Bob first had a passion for music. He took advantage of a singing scholarship at the University of Colorado to learn to play a piano while and has starred in dozens of musicals including Evita, Sweeney Todd, and Grand Hotel.
Currently, Bob can be found playing keyboards in Simulcast – the rock band he formed with Mix 105.1 radio host Scott McKenzie of the Scott and Erica show. Simulcast has opened for Third Eye Blind, Five for Fighting, Collective Soul and Sara Bareilles.
Bob landed a job at Fox-owned WOFL in 2009. Before that, he had worked at CBS affiliate WKMG-Channel 6 for eight years. He lost his job at WKMG in 2009 in the economic downturn. Bob was voted as the best local anchor team of 2017 by Orlando Magzine, alongside co-host Amy Kaufeldt.
Leaves Fox 35
He left the Orlando based tv station in June 2020Bob Frier
Bob attained his degree in Journalism from the University of Colorado.
Bob Frier Age
Bob’s age is still unknown since she has not yet revealed his birth date. This information will be updated soon.
Bob Frier Wife
Bob married his wife Karen back in 1995. The couple has two wonderful children. Lucie their firstborn has helped raise money for Kids Beating Cancer by modeling in the American Girl Fashion show and 8-year-old Alden loves to play baseball, Nintendo, and is a genius at Lego! With their dog, Biscuit Bob’s family is thrilled to be able to continue making Central Florida home.
In 2015 Bob’s wife, Karen, was diagnosed with breast cancer. Bob wrote on his Fox 35 Facebook page: “I need to share something with all of you… something I’ve been reticent to tell you about, mainly because it’s personal and affects the woman I love more than anyone in the world.
Earlier this summer my wife, Karen, was diagnosed with breast cancer. Of course, it came as a shock, but she’s been very brave about it and together we’ve tried to prepare for what’s coming. We’ve been slowly sharing the news with people who need to know and now Karen has asked me to share it with all of you because I’ll be conspicuously absent while I help her through some difficult days ahead.
Her surgery is Tuesday, and the doctors have told us they’re confident they’ll get all the cancer out and that her prognosis is excellent. We’re very fortunate to have family and friends to help us through this, but please keep Karen in your thoughts and prayers, and know that I’ll be back when her recovery allows.”